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REVEALED: The 34 Companies Exporting Ugandan Coffee & Earnings Billions

Who’s benefiting from billions of shillings earned from Uganda’s coffee exports? This is one of the questions frequently asked by coffee farmers and stakeholders. This is because farmers feel cheated as exporters earn big from the country’s leading cash crop. For example, according to Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) monthly

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Safeboda and Coca Cola Reward Safeboda Food &Shop Driver Champions At ‘Coca-Cola Egabudde’ Festival

The new food grade delivery bags being displayed at the eventSafeBoda and Coca-Cola Beverages Africa in Uganda today rewarded SafeBoda riders who have done an exceptional job in delivery of Food/Shop products especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.The SafeBodas were given special recognition at the inaugural Coca-Cola Egabudde Festival this morning.The

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Mortgaged Country? Parliament Approves Shs6.5Trn Borrowing As Uganda’s Public Debt Surpasses Shs60Trn

Finance Minister, Matia Kasaija Parliament Thursday approved two loan proposals by Government to borrow up to USD 600M (Shs2.22 trillion) from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Shs4.3 Trillion through domestic borrowing to finance Budget deficit for Financial Year 2020/21. The Proposals were presented to Parliament by the Minister of

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ICC Receives Opposition’s Petition To Investigate Museveni On ‘Crimes Against Humanity’

President Yoweri Museveni The International Criminal Court has acknowledged receipt of a petition by Uganda’s Opposition seeking to have President Yoweri Museveni investigated for alleged ‘crimes against humanity’. In a letter to Warren Kizza Besigye dated November 11, 2020, Mark P. Dillon, the head of Information and Evidence Unit at

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Kadaga: Ongoing Protests A Direct Replica Of Inadequate Civic Education By Electoral Commission

The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has expressed her innermost sadness at events happening countrywide as a result of ongoing campaigns. This after Security Forces fired teargas and live bullets in Uganda’s capital, Kampala, to disperse people protesting against the arrest of Ugandan presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as

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